1. Let the Good Times Roll Cleanser, £7.25 Lush / Via uk.lush.com This exfoliating cleanser is literally life-changing. It works wonders on dry, dehydrated skin. It is incredibly moisturising and gets rid of dead skin and makeup without irritation. Plus it smells amazing and it’s pretty cheap. 2. Carmex Lip Balm Moisture Tube, £2.69 Carmex / Via superdrug.com Lip balm is a must have for all seasons, but even more so in the winter. Cold weather can make your lips feel like they are literally about to fall off, and Carmex helps that. It's a waxy formula with a menthol smell, and it leaves your lips moisturised AF. 3. The Body Shop Vitamin E Sink In Moisture Sleeping Mask, £10 The Body Shop / Via thebodyshop.com This sleeping mask is lightweight and it sinks right into the skin. You will wake up with your skin feeling soft and smooth, and unlike other sleeping masks it doesn't get into your pillow. Have a look at reviews here. 4. Dr Bronner`s 18-in-1 Organic Mild Unscented Castile Liquid Soap, £15.99 Body Kind / Via bodykind.com If you have dry sensitive skin, then this is for you. The soap is even gentle enough to use on baby skin. Have a look at these reviews if you need more convincing. 5. Make Up For Ever’s Ultra HD Invisible Cover Stick Foundation, £29 Make Up Forever / Via debenhams.com The beauty gods at Makeup Forever actually made this foundation for dry skin, and we all know how dry the skin can get during winter. It's a full-coverage foundation that leaves a lovely dewy finish. 6. Laura Mercier Hydrating Primer, £29 Laura Mercier / Via feelunique.com This primer will allow your makeup to go on a lot better, stay on for longer and it hydrates your skin. SOLD! 7. Mario Badescu Facial Spray With Aloe Herbs And Rosewater, £7.50 Beauty Bay / Via beautybay.com This is a great little way to keep your face hydrated during the day, just a few splashes during the day, even if you're wearing makeup, will leave your skin looking and feeling refreshed. 8. Soap & Glory Hand Food, £6 Soap & Glory / Via boots.com It's got shea butter and macadamia oil in it, so you know it's going to moisturising AF. 9. Aesop Rose Hair & Scalp Moisturising Masque, £23 Aesop / Via aesop.com At some point during the cold months your hair is going to need a treatment, and this Aesop conditioner is a real good choice. It's an intensive treatment that deeply conditions your hair, and hydrates your scalp. 10. Frank Body Coffee Scrub, £11.95 Frank Body Scrub / Via uk.frankbody.com So this product is really hyped, but is it worth trying? Yes it is. It will leave your skin feeling and looking amazing, and it's hydrated my skin better than any moisturiser I have ever tried. 11. Dove Pure Care Dry Oil Restorative Hair Treatment, £9.99 Dove / Via boots.com Just rubbing a few drops through your hair will help keep it healthy and shiny through winter. The oil is lightweight, meaning your hair won't look greasy. You can run it through damp hair before blow-drying, or you can smooth it over dry hair.